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The Slovenian Umbrella Organization for Psychotherapy (SKZP) Presents:

Fostering Contact Online using the Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy™

(DSP) Principle of Kinesthetic Resonance

with Jennifer Bury

Friday, October 29th, Introductory 1-hour Webinar, 6-7 PM ET (Slovenia) / 9-10am PT USA

November 5th-7th, 2021, 10-hour Workshop

Friday 5th  5-7pm ET / 9-11am PT  USA
Saturday 6th 4-8pm ET / 8am-12pm PT  USA
Sunday 7th   4-8pm ET / 7am-11am PT  USA

To register for either the webinar or workshop go to www.skzp.si or email: info@skzp.org

About the worshop

Incorporating your felt experience (kinesthesia) with the relational feel of your experience (kinesthetic resonance) deepens the sense of belonging when working with clients in person and is particularly powerful when working with clients online. Kinesthetic Resonance, a foundational principle of DSP™, is essentially made up of the subtle shifting movements always present in each of us and between each of us. Recognizing that we’re in relationship to other bodies while online returns us to our shared humanity.

As part of Jennifer’s 35+ years of experience working in person, she has also worked online with clients for the last 6 years. Since the start of COVID lockdowns in March 2020, she works and teaches entirely online. From this experience, Jennifer has developed ways of incorporating the felt experience of contact into working online -- individually and in groups.

Through relational movement experiments, discussion, clinical application, and demonstration, participants learn how to attend to, and experiment with, subtle shifts in gesture, tone, tempo, and form for themselves and their clients. Applying kinesthetic resonance within psychotherapy is especially valuable in fostering deep and lasting change, sustaining the therapist as well as the client in these disorienting times.

Learning Objectives

Participants completing this workshop will be able to:

Describe the basic concepts of Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy™ (DSP) including Kinesthetic Resonance.

State the role of Kinesthetic Resonance in dialogue and contacting.

Identify how kinesthesia develops and how it can assist both the practitioner and the client within the clinical model, especially when working online.

Develop greater awareness of bodily experience within the online clinical model. This is a prerequisite for the practice of somatically-based therapy and an approach to tracking the evolving relationship between therapist and client.

Jennifer Bury BFA, CMT, Certified Trainer/Supervisor in DSP™, is a movement therapist in private practice for 35+ years. Based in San Francisco, Jennifer teaches in-person workshops throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Since 2015, she has also been working online—with individuals and groups—using techniques she developed for conveying the felt experience of contact into working online.  Jennifer is a certified trainer and supervisor in Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy™, and assisted founder Ruella Frank Ph.D, teaching her training programs worldwide.

Jennifer teaches at universities/institutes, medical facilities, and leads Gestalt training groups. Besides her Gestalt training, Jennifer’s background includes studies in pre-med, neurology, kinesiology, various forms of dance and numerous somatic methods. Jennifer blends knowledge, humor, and humility in her work with all ages, races, and abilities—from guiding people through their dying process to helping infants orient to the world.

For more details see:  jenniferbury.com/aboutme